Space probes today and tomorrow                
Gunter USA EU Japan
                       
Target Probe Country Year Start Weight   [kg] Note Cost Probe [mil.USD] Cost Mission [mil.USD]        
Moon LRO USA 2009 1 900 orbiter   500
  Chang'e 3 China 2013 3 800 lander 1200 kg, rover 140 kg    
  Chang'e 4 Relay China 2018 450 orbiter    
  Chang'e 4 China 2018 3 800 lander 1200 kg, rover 140 kg    
  Beresheet Israel 2019 580 lander    
  Chandrayaan 2 India 2019 3 300 lander 1250 kg, rover    
    Chang'e 5 China 2019 8 200 return with sample    
    Luna Glob Russia 2019 1 500 orbiter + lander    
               
Mars Mars Odyssey USA 2001 720 orbiter 170 300
  Mars Express EU 2003 1 120 orbiter 200  
  MRO USA 2005 2 180 orbiter 450 720
  MSL USA 2011 3 900 rover 900 kg 1 700 2 500
  Mangalyaan India 2013 500 orbiter   80
  MAVEN USA 2013 2 450 orbiter   670
  ExoMars Orbiter EU+Russia 2016 4 300 orbiter    
  InSight USA 2018   lander   420
    Mars 2020 USA USA 2020   rover 1000 kg 2 800  
    Mars 2020 EU EU+Russia 2020   rover 310 kg    
    Mars 2020 Čína China 2020 5 000 rover 240 kg    
    MMX Japan 2024   Phobos, Deimos and return-sample    
    Mars Sampler USA USA+EU 2027   return with sample    
    Mars Sampler Čína Čína 2027   return with sample    
               
Venus Akatsuki Japan 2010 500 orbiter 200  
               
Mercury BepiColombo EU+Japan 2018 2 x 1200 2 orbiters   900
               
Sun Spitzer USA 2003 1 000 orbiter, Earth trail, infrared radiation 800  
  STEREO USA 2006 2 x 620 2 orbiters, Earth trail   550
  Parker Solar Probe USA 2018 500 flyby 750  
    Solar Orbiter EU 2020 1 300 orbiter    
               
point L1 SOHO EU+USA 1995 1 870 orbiter, observing of Sun    
  ACE USA 1997 780 orbiter, sun and cosmic radiation    
  DSCOVR USA 2015 570 orbiter, solar wind   250
               
point L2 WMAP USA 2001 840 orbiter, temperature differencies    
  Planck EU 2009 1 950 orbiter, cosmic radiation   700
  Gaia EU 2013 2 000 orbiter, position differencies 400  
    JWST USA+EU 2021 9 000 orbiter, diameter 6.5 m, infrared 9 000  
    Euclid EU 2022 2 100 orbiter, visible and near-infrared    
               
comets Epoxi USA - 370 flyby Hartley 2 , from Deep Impact - 40
               
asteroids Hayabusa 2 Japan 2014 600 return with sample, 1999 JU3 200  
  OSIRIS-REx USA 2016 1 530 return with sample 800  
               
Jupiter Juno USA 2011 3 620 orbiter 840  
               
and further Voyager 1 USA 1977 720 flyby Jupiter, Saturn, distance 100 AU   900
  Voyager 2 USA 1977 720 flyby …,Uran, Neptun, distance 90 AU   900
  New Horizons USA 2006 470 flyby Pluto in year 2015 550 800